Maruti Suzuki is said to stop building the Multijet diesel engine from its Gurgaon factory. This big development comes at a time when there are rumours that diesel engines on small cars may be going the way of the dodo thanks to a steep increase in costs. According to LiveMint, The diesel engine factory could be converted to produce petrol engines even as Maruti Suzuki is yet to confirm this development. Why’s it such a big deal? There are so many cars in India that use a single diesel engine – the 1.3 liter Fiat Multijet unit – that it’s jocularly known as the ‘national engine’ of India. Sample this. The Maruti Swift, Dzire, Baleno, Vitara Brezza, Ertiga, Ciaz and S-Cross – all use the 1.3 liter Fiat Multijet turbocharged diesel engine. These cars make up for more than 50 % of all diesel cars sold in India. And the numbers gets even more expansive if car makers such as Tata Motors and Fiat, and their cars using the Multijet engine, are included. What’s the alternative? In the near term – next 3-5 years – Maruti Suzuki plans to shift to a new, in-house diesel engine. The new motor – … Read full this story
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